Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nanoco Group Plc LSE:NANO London Ordinary Share GB00B01JLR99 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.65 4.1% 16.50 327,325 16:35:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
16.00 17.00 16.50 15.86 15.86
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 3.86 -5.96 -1.76 50
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Nanoco Daily Update: Nanoco Group Plc is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NANO. The last closing price for Nanoco was 15.85p.
Nanoco Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 14.54p and a 12 week average price of 8.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.70p.
There are currently 305,686,880 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 322,961 shares. The market capitalisation of Nanoco Group Plc is £50,438,335.20.
barkboo: NigWit - "It's a high risk play though because litigation does not always work out the way even the experts predict" is it? What would you value NANO's patents at? How about the newly built Runcorn production facility..a facility designed to manufacture the new nanomaterials and only completed in December 2018... We know that at least two company's, and probably more were engaged in a sale process...and participated in a non-disclosure agreement. A number of interested parties submitted non-binding proposals to Evercore. Now the details of that were never published...but I lay you a £1 to a penny the asking price was well above todays share price No NigWit - in my opinion it is not a high risk play...its a no brainer!
jfacwc: As per Nanoco.How does this all fit with your statements?Are these wild valuations?Complaint alleges Samsung wilfully infringed Nanoco's core intellectual property? Five patents cited – relating to Nanoco's unique QD synthesis and resin capabilities? Infringing products are Samsung's range of quantum dot enabled TVs? Samsung estimated to have sold 14 million TVs using Nanoco technology? Case currently focuses on US (largest market), but can extend to other major markets? Substantial third party litigation funding in place in return for share of any winnings (no cost risk to Nanoco if the case is unsuccessful)? Nanoco believe damages should reflect a share of the value created by our technology? Any damages should consider past and future value creation? In most successful outcome scenarios, Nanoco retains over half of any monetary damages after Counsel and Funder fees – increases to three quarters at higher values
nigwit: "I think we should all enjoy the nano share price going up in January & February, as it likes to do most years" Except for the 21 Feb peak last year that's not what the five year chart shows. It's been all over the place and is obviously not correlated with anyone's tax bills. It's easy to check these things before writing misleading nonsense.
jfacwc: I think we should all enjoy the nano share price going up in January & February, as it likes to do most years, not always on any particular news. Last years reason was putting itself up for sale.The share price generally realigns itself by March, alarmingly sometimes.Isnt it about this time of year ME has to pay his Tax Bills?
millwallfan: Bot bot. Not sure you have thought your hypothetical outcome fully through. If we get a court settlement of £305 mill that element is ‘one off’. Yes the bank balance goes up by that amount so the first question is what would nano do with the money. I think they would pay a special dividend with part of the monies, perhaps 2p per share = £60 million. The rest would likely be retained for R&D and other ongoing costs with hopefully also some share buyback and cancellation. The extra liquidity would significantly strengthen the company balance sheet and most likely push the share price up, but nowhere near £1 per share - cash burn over time What I think you are missing is the significant fact that a positive outcome would validate nano’s patented technology which would hopefully lead to much wider adoption across the numerous screen based and medical uses (other than just televisions). Welcome others take on both issues I.e. a large cash injection plus impact on future sales.
barkboo: Millwallfan - it is merely a guess, so lets talk hypothetical. If Samsung thought they were likely to loose the case, which they are....they are playing away as well, they would be looking for an out of Court settlement. Lawyers would be looking for telephone foal no fee, and ongoing patent value. This would suggest Samsung will probably be shrewd enough to buy NANO, reduce legal costs of the case - and collect the technology for life..with no back payments? Now there is one other move they can make - a win case would value NANO at a minimum of £1, and probably a lot more...If Samsung kept the NANO share price down before the offer.....I'll let you finish the jigsaw. Just a guess - but they do have history of duck&dive.
botbot1202: ok, Serious question, have no true idea of the answer. ASSUMPTION....... Let's just say (using a number, for the sake of this calculation only) that Samsung pay Nano £305m, and that's what Nano gets after any fee's etc.etc. So now Nano goes down to it's local Natwest Bank and pays in the cheque, and it clears.!... So now Nano have an extra £305m in it's bank.... What happens to the Share Price/How does that effect/reflect onto the Investors.? Samsung paying Nano an equivalent of £1 a share in damages, would that mean that the share price would go up by £1.00 ? Would Nano need to do a special dividend.? or would it purely be that the market would look at this, and maybe say ok, Nano's got an extra £350m, so now we'll increase the share price to 75p or something.? If anyone actually knows/have seen this before, an answer would be appreciated. DISCLAIMER......ALL NUMBERS USED ARE NO REFLECTION OF MY BELIEF THAT THESE ARE TRULY THE END RESULT OF ANY SETTLEMENT. THEY ARE PURELY FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY.!
barkboo: With the help of a few friends - i am once again guessing this will be artificially kept low....with the Court Case set to ruffle Samsung's feathers..they are the only players that need this share price low. If they manage to get the case delayed, or in someway prolong the inevitable - it is in Samsung's interest to kill NANO, or at least make them very vulnerable to a cheap settlement. Bering in mind Samsung have a lively history of sailing close to the wind....expect this share price to be attacked many times!
millwallfan: IMHO all nano need to do is keep their head above water through tight control of costs and small but important levels of ongoing income. The lawsuit is fully funded so no risk to agl and is like a dripping tap with the ‘washer’ slowly deteriorating letting the drips turn to a dribble then a steady flow etc. The mega experienced law firm would not have taken this on at 50-50 or indeed 65-35 so the 80% confidence being touted is probably reasonable plus or minus 5. As the ‘flow’ gets stronger the pressure on Samsung ramps up either to settle out of court or make a pre-emptive bid, probably at about halfway between the then share price and the indicative share price with a successful court decision and related sums due in terms of lost licence fees, damages and costs - which would be significant if we ever get to the end game. However, if the case is lost the share price would likely not be worth much more than the paper of the share certificate. Happy new year all !
davidw1: Just my thoughts millwall fan but I suspect the Stockmarket reflects NANO’s value as a going concern, which is why the share price is low. Yes, the litigation has a value but until the court has decided (or Samsung settles) it could go either way and the value attributed is low. Litigation could live on even if NANO shut up shop. Finalising TP funding is great news because it puts litigation off balance sheet and allows management to focus on getting those CFQD and IR orders. If ME can pull that off the share price will be off and flying and measured in £, irrespective of the Samsung case, which I expect will fund a healthy special dividend in future leaving plenty for R&D. The perceived risk is that NANO is loss making and may not have funds to remain in business beyond Q2 21, and the share price reflects that. Orders will be the driver for share price and litigation will be factored in when its value is more certain.
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